- Scott Michael Schneider Department of Mathematics and Computer Science 1315 Forest Glen Circle
- SOLUTIONS FOR WORKSHOP 1 (1) Letting s be the arc length parameter, we first use the arc length function to find the
- Course Dates Time Location MATH121 02 9/9/09 12/14/09 MWF 10:00 10:50am 139 Exley Science Center
- ULTRAPRODUCTS OF FINITE ALTERNATING GROUPS PAUL ELLIS, SHERWOOD HACHTMAN, SCOTT SCHNEIDER, AND SIMON THOMAS
- BERNOULLI ACTIONS OF LOW RANK LATTICES AND COUNTABLE BOREL EQUIVALENCE RELATIONS
- BOREL SUPERRIGIDITY FOR ACTIONS OF LOW RANK LATTICES
- Course Dates Time Location MATH121 01 9/7/10 12/9/10 TR 10:30 11:50am 139 Exley Science Center
- TRIG IDENTITIES Periodicity: if f is any of the six trig functions, then for all x R, f(x + 2) = f(x).
- TECHNIQUES FOR GRAPHING FUNCTIONS Given a function y = f(x), our goal is to sketch a rough graph of f that reflects important features
- How to Show That a Limit Exists Let f(x) be a real-valued function whose domain includes an open interval containing a R. In
- HOW TO SHOW THAT A LIMIT DOES NOT EXIST Let f(x) be a real-valued function whose domain includes an open interval containing a R. In order
- WORKSHOP 1: DUE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH Work through the following problems together with the other members of your group, in the class time provided
- THE THEORY OF INTEGRATION Integration theory is motivated by an algebraic problem and by a geometric problem. You are already quite
- Course Dates Time Location MATH221 02 9/9/09 12/14/09 MW 1:10 2:30pm 121 Exley Science Center
- Work through the following problems together with the other members of your group, in the class time provided for you. Use books, notes, or any resource you can think of. Then write up formal solutions to the problems and turn them in next
- 1. Deductions Definition 1.1. Fix a symbol set S, and let LS, LS. Then an S-deduction of from
- Course Dates Time Place Math 251:F1 6/22/09 8/12/09 10 : 00 11 : 50am Hill 525
- THE PRECISE DEFINITION OF A LIMIT Suppose that y = f(x) is a real-valued function whose domain includes an open interval containing
- Course Dates Time Location MATH122 03 1/22/10 5/5/10 MWF 9:00 9:50am 141 Exley Science Center
- TECHNIQUES FOR GRAPHING FUNCTIONS Given a function y = f(x), our goal is to sketch a rough graph of f that reflects important features
- SOME INTEGRALS (1) cos xesin x
- WORKSHOP 1: DUE TUESDAY, JULY 7TH Work through the following four problems together with the other members of your group, in the class
- THE PRECISE DEFINITION OF A LIMIT Suppose that y = f(x) is a real-valued function whose domain includes an open interval containing
- BOREL CARDINAL INVARIANT PROPERTIES OF COUNTABLE BOREL EQUIVALENCE RELATIONS
- Here is a list of the 8 different kinds of integrals you should now be familiar with: (Calc 1) Single integral
- HANDOUT: GAUSSIAN ELIMINATION Recipe for solving a system of linear equations: first find the augmented matrix of the system,
- BOREL SUPERRIGIDITY OF SL2(O)-ACTIONS SCOTT SCHNEIDER
- INCOMPLETENESS Let ar = {0, S, +, } be the symbol set for the first-order language Lar
- OPTIMIZATION AND RELATED RATES OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS
- LEMMAS TO BE USED IN THE PROOF OF THE COMPLETENESS THEOREM Lemma 1. S iff S tautologically implies .
- RESEARCH PROPOSAL: BOREL EQUIVALENCE RELATIONS SCOTT SCHNEIDER
- Borel cardinal invariant properties of countable Borel equivalence relations
- INTEGRATING MONOMIALS OF TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS In this handout we will see how to integrate any product of powers of the six basic trigonometric functions.
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